Author has written 13 stories for Naruto, Bleach, Code Geass, Evangelion, Inheritance Cycle, Gundam 00, Anime X-overs, and Kannazuki no Miko.
Wow. Has it really been five years since I touched this thing?
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Frostmourne (Bleach) – Taken from my scrapped story (feel free to use the first chapter)
-As Histugaya lays dying from his wounds after failing to stop Aizen and Gin, Hyourinmaru suggests a desperate bid for survival. The awakening of his Dark Half. But what price is too great for the chance at revenge? Even if you are tainted by your mortal enemy? Histugaya as a Vizard basically. Was also considering Hinamori becoming a Vizard too during the planning stages. Something to think about
Terrible Fanfiction ideas – crackist of the crack. Right from the ‘Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator’. Have Fun!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining South Park and Chronicles of Narnia. The story should use an overdose as a plot device!
-If C.S. Lewis isn’t doing at least 120 rpm in his grave by the time this fic is finished then you didn’t do it right!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Naruto and Godzilla. The story should use drug abuse as a plot device!
-Kyuubi vs Godzilla. FIGHT! Also, Sasuke dies of Drug OD.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Twilight and Big O. The story should use as a plot device!
-Edward gets squashed by the Big O
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Mythbusters and Shaun of the Dead. The story should use mystical creatures as a plot device!
-The Mythbusters vs Zombies. Also, Adam tames a Griffon.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Toy Story and Stephen King's IT. The story should use murder as a plot device!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Goof Troop and CSI. The story should use winning the lottery as a plot device!
-One of the Goof Troop wins the lottery, and is then promptly murdered. CSI is called in to investigate
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Hellsing and Calvin & Hobbes. The story should use someone opening a gate to Hell as a plot device!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Mythbusters and Evil Dead. The story should use alcoholism as a plot device!
-The Mythbusters team up with Ash to fight demons and zombies –note- do I have to say just how AWESOME this idea is?
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Friday the 13th and Lord of the Rings. The story should use evil clones as a plot device!
-Jason Vorhees vs Sauron. FIGHT!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Hellsing and Scooby-Doo. The story should use a haunted house as a plot device!
-The Scooby gang think Hellsing manor is haunted and investigate. Alucard eats them.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Oregon Trail and Grand Theft Auto. The story should use time travel as a plot device!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Chapelle's Show and Transformers. The story should use unplanned pregnancies as a plot device!
-Dave Chapelle vs Megatron. FIGHT!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Command & Conquer and Avatar: The Last Airbender. The story should use drug abuse as a plot device!
-Command and Conquer, Avatar style
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Cinderella and Calvin and Hobbes. The story should use the apocalypse as a plot device!
-Cinderella, told by Calvin. ‘Nuff said.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Friends and Resident Evil. The story should use a tournament of some sort as a plot device!
-The Cast of Friends vs the Cast of Resident Evil. FIGHT!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Stephen King's IT and Transformers. The story should use brainwashing as a plot device!
-Tim Curry Clown vs Starscream. FIGHT!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining DOOM and The A Team. The story should use time travel as a plot device!
-Hell this practically writes itself. Okay fine, The A-Team travels to the future and fights demons
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Monty Python & the Holy Grail and Trigun. The story should use good characters becoming evil as a plot device!
-The tale of Knives, King of the Britons, his noble (HA!) Guns of the Round Table, and their quest for the Holy Grail, and their struggles against a group of foul mouthed Frenchmen (actually one man and two women).
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Chowder and A-Team. The story should use trying out for a sports team as a plot device!
-Chowder vs The A-Team. FIGHT! …in a middle school sports tryout place
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Captain Planet and Aqua Teen Hunger Force. The story should use a malevolent artificial intelligence as a plot device!
-Captain Planet does battle with Dr. Weird! Also, Steve somehow massacres all the Planateers.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Pokemon and Snakes on a Plane. The story should use winning the lottery as a plot device!
-“I am tired of these Mother-fucking Pikachu’s on this Mother-fucking plane!”
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Romeo & Juliet and Neil Patrick Harris. The story should use tornadoes as a plot device!
-Dr. Horrible destroys Verona with a Tornado Machine.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Oregon Trail and Days of our Lives. The story should use religion as a plot device!
-A bunch of random people have sappy dramas while crapping themselves to death.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining the Little Mermaid and Hellsing. The story should use a haunted house as a plot device!
-Alucard has a little snack on the way back to England from South America.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combiningChronicles of Narnia and Metroid. The story should usesomeone opening a gate to Hell as a plot device!
-Samus Aran vs the White Witch. FIGHT!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Grease and Pulp Fiction. The story should use alcoholism as a plot device!
-The secret origin of Vincent Vega finally revealed!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Outlaw Star and A-Team. The story should use a wild west setting as a plot device!
-…I’m pretty sure this is Firefly.
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Les Miserables and Army of Darkness. The story should use being in prison as a plot device!
Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Stephen King's IT and Half-Life. The story should use good characters becoming evil as a plot device!
-Tim Curry clown versus Gordon Freeman. FIGHT!
Heres a copy of the Fourty Nine Laws of Anime, copy it if you're a anime writer.
Fourty- Nine laws of Anime:
Originally compiled and edited by Darrin Bright and Ryan Shellito
1. Law of Metaphysical Irregularity
The normal laws of physics do not apply.
2. Law of Differentiated Gravitation
Whenever someone or something jumps, is thrown, or otherwise is rendered airborn, gravity is reduced by a factor of 4.
3. Law of Sonic Amplification, First Law of Anime Acoustics
In space, loud sounds, like explosions, are even louder because there is no air to get in the way.
4. Law of Constant Thrust, First Law of Anime Motion
In space, constant thrust equals constant velocity.
5. Law of Mechanical Mobility, Second Law of Anime Motion
The larger a mechanical device is, the faster it moves. Armored Mecha are the fastest objects known to human science.
6. Law of Temporal Variability
Time is not a constant. Time stops for the hero whenever he does something 'cool' or 'impressive'. Time slows down when friends and lovers are being killed and speeds up whenever there is a fight.
7. First Law of Temporal Mortality
'Good Guys' and 'Bad Guys' both die in one of two ways. Either so quick they don't even see it coming, OR it's a long drawn out affair where the character gains much insight to the workings of society, human existence or why the toast always lands butter side down.
8. Second Law of Temporal Mortality
It takes some time for bad guys to die... regardless of physical damage. Even when the 'Bad Guys' are killed so quickly they didn't even see it coming, it takes them a while to realize they are dead. This is attributed to the belief that being evil damages the Reality Lobe of the brain.
9. Law of Dramatic Emphasis
Scenes involving extreme amounts of action are depicted with either still-frames or black screens with a slash of bright color (usually red or white).
10, Law of Dramatic Multiplicity
Scenes that only happen once, for instance, a 'Good Guy' kicks the 'Bad Guy' in the face, are seen at least 3 times from 3 different angles.
11. Law of Inherent Combustability
Everything explodes. Everything.
First Corollary - Anything that explodes bulges first.
Second Corollary - Large cities are the most explosive substances known to human science. Tokyo in particular seems to be the most unstable of these cities, sometimes referred to as "The Matchstick City".
12. Law of Phlogistatic Emission
Nearly all things emit light from fatal wounds.
13. Law of Energetic Emission
There is alway an energy build up (commonly referred to as an energy 'bulge') before Mecha or space craft weapons fire. Because of the explosive qualities of weapons, it is believed that this is related to the Law of Inherent Combustability.
14. Law of Inverse Lethal Magnitude
The destructive potential of a weapon is inversly proportional to its size.
First Corollary - Small and cute will always overcome big and ugly. Also know as the A-Ko phenomenon.
15. Law of Inexhaustability
No one EVER runs out of ammunition. That is of course unless they are cornered, out-numbered, out-classed, and unconscious.
16. Law of Inverse Accuracy
The accuracy of a 'Good Guy' when operating any form of fire-arm increases as the difficulty of the shot increases. The accuracy of the 'Bad Guys' when operating fire-arms decreases when the difficulty of the shot decreases. (Also known as the Stormtrooper Effect)
Example: A 'Good Guy' in a drunken stupor being held upside down from a moving vehicle will always hit, and several battalions of 'Bad Guys' firing on a 'Good Guy' standing alone in the middle of an open field will always miss.
First Corollary - The more 'Bad Guys' there are, the less likely they will hit anyone or do any real damage.
Second Corollary - Whenever a 'Good Guy' is faced with insurmountable odds, the 'Bad Guys' line up in neat rows, allowing the hero to take them all out with a single burst of automatic fire and then escape.
Third Corollary - Whenever a 'Good Guy' is actually hit by enemy fire, it is in a designated 'Good Guy Area', usually a flesh wound in the shoulder or arm, which restricts the 'Good Guy' from doing anything more strenuous than driving, firing weaponry, using melee weapons, operating heavy machinery, or doing complex martial arts maneuvres.
17. Law of Transient Romantic Unreliability
Minmei is a bimbo.
18. Law of Hemoglobin Capacity
The human body contains over 12 gallons of blood, sometimes more, under high pressure.
19. Law of Demonic Consistency
Demons and other supernatural creatures have at least three eyes, loads of fangs, tend to be yellow-green or brown (but black is not unknown), and can only be hurt by bladed weapons.
20. Law of Militaristic Unreliability
Huge galaxy-wide armadas, entire armies, and large war-machines full of cruel, heartless, bloodthirsty warriors can be stopped and defeated with a single insignificant example of a caring/loving emotion or a song.
21. Law of Tactical Unreliability
Tactical geniuses aren't...
22. Law of Inconsequential Undetectability
People never notice the little things... Like missing body parts, or wounds the size of Seattle.
23. Law of Juvenile Intellectuality
Children are smarter than adults. And almost always twice as annoying.
24. Law of Americanthropomorphism
Americans in Anime appear in one of two roles, either as a really nasty skinny 'Bad Guy' or a big stupid 'Good Guy'.
First Corollary - The only people who are more stupid than the big dumb Americans are the American translators. (Sometimes referred to as the Green Line Effect.)
Second Corollary - The only people who are more stupid than the American translators are the American editors and censors.
25. Law of Mandibular Proportionality
The size of a person's mouth is directly proportional to the volume at which they are speaking or eating.
26. Law of Feline Mutation
Any half-cat/half-human mutation will invariably:
a) be female
b) will possess ears and sometimes a tail as a genetic mutation
c)and wear as little clothing as possible, if any.
27. Law of Conservation of Firepower
Any powerful weapon capable of destroying/defeating an opponent in a single shot will invariably be reserved and used only as a last resort.
28. Law of Technological User-Benevolence
The formal training required to operate a spaceship or mecha is inversely proportional to its complexity.
29. Law of Melee Luminescence
Any being displaying extremely high levels of martial arts prowess and/or violent emotions emits light in the form of a glowing aura. This aura is usually blue for 'good guys' and red for 'bad guys'. This is attributed to Good being higher in the electromagnetic spectrum than Evil.
30. Law of Non-anthropomorphic Antagonism
All ugly, non-humanoid alien races are hostile, and usually hell-bent on destroying humanity for some obscure reason.
31. Law of Follicular Chroma Variability
Any color in the visible spectrum is considered a natural hair color. This color can change without warning or explanation.
32. Law of Follicular Permanence
Hair in anime is pretty much indestructable, and can resist any amount of meteorological conditions, energy emissions, physical abuse, or explosive effects and still look perfect. The only way to hurt someone's hair is the same way you deal with demons... with bladed weapons!
33. Law of Topological Aerodynamics, First Law of Anime Aero-Dynamics
ANY shape, no matter how convoluted or odd-looking, is automatically aerodynamic.
34. Law of Probable Attire
Clothing in anime follows certain predictable guidelines.
--Female characters wear as little clothing as possible, regardless of whether it is socially or meteorologically appropriate. Any female with an excessive amount of clothing will invariably have her clothes ripped to shreds or torn off somehow. If there is no opportunity to tear off the afore-mentioned female's clothes, then she will inexplicably take a shower for no apparent reason (also known as the Gratuitous Shower Scene).
--Whenever there is a headwind, a Male characters will invariably wear a long cloak which doesn't hamper movement and billows out dramatically behind him.
First Corollary (Cryo-Adaptability) - All anime characters are resistant to extremely cold temperatures, and do not need to wear heavy or warm clothing in snow.
Second Corollary (Indecent Invulnerability) - Bikinis render the wearer invulnerable to any form of damage.
35. Law of Musical Omnipotence
Any character capable of musical talent (singing, playing an instrument, etc.) is automatically capable of doing much more "simple" things like piloting mecha, fighting crime, stopping an intergalactic war, and so on... especially if they have never attempted these things before.
36. Law of Quitupular Aggultination
Also called "The Five-man Rule," when "Good Guys" group together, it tends to be in groups of five. There are five basic positions, which are:
a) The Hero/Leader
b) His girlfriend
c) His Best Friend/Rival
d) A Hulking Brute
e) A Dwarf/Kid
Between these basic positions are distributed several attributes, which include:
37. Law of Extradimensional Capacitance
All anime females have an extradimensional storage space of variable volume somewhere on their person from which they can instantly retrieve any object at a moment's notice.
First Corollary (The Hammer Rule) - The most common item stored is a heavy mallet, which can be used with unerring accuracy on any male who deserves it. Other common items include costumes/uniforms, power suits/armor, and large bazookas.
38. Law of Hydrostatic Emission
Eyes tend to be rather large in Anime. This is because they contain several gallons of water, which may be instantaneously released at high pressure through large tear ducts. The actual volume of water contained in the eyes is unknown, as there is no evidence to suggest that these reservoirs are actually capable of running out. The reason water tends to collect in the eyes is because Anime characters only have one large sweat gland, which is located at the back of the head. When extremely stressed, embarrassed, or worried, this sweat gland exudes a single but very large drop of sebaceous fluid.
39. Law of Inverse Attraction
Success at finding suitable mates is inversely proportionate to how desperately you want to be successful. The more you want, the less you get.
First Corollary Unfortunately, this law seems to apply to Otaku in the real world...
40. Law of Nasal Sanguination
When sexually aroused, males in Anime don't get erections, they get nosebleeds. No one's sure why this is, though... the current theory suggests that larger eyes means smaller sinuses and thinner sinus tissue (see Law #38 above). Females don't get nosebleeds, but invariably get one heck of a blush along the cheeks and across the nose, suggesting a lot of bloodflow to that region.
41. Law of Xylolaceration
Wooden or bamboo swords are just as sharp as metal swords, if not sharper.
42. Law of Juvenile Omnipotence
Always send a boy to do a man's job. He'll get it done in half the time and twice the angst.
43. Law of Quadrotriscadecophobia
There is no Law #43.
44. Law of Nominative Clamovocation
The likelihood of success and damage done by a martial arts attack is directly proportional to the volume at which the full name of the attack is announced.
45. Law of Uninteruptable Metamorphosis
Regardless of how long or involved the transformation sequence or how many times they've seen it before, any 'Bad Guys' witnessing a mecha/hero/heroine transforming are too stunned to do anything to interrupt it.
46. Law of Flimsy Incognition
Simply changing into a costume or wearing a teensy mask can make you utterly unrecognizable to even your closest friends and relative